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Mar 7, 2011 6:00pm EST
. >> they think it was the weather. the bugs weren't in the u.s. until the late 90s when they came over on a cargo ship. they're not from here, that's why they have no natural predators. they have the run of the house and crops. >> they'll attack fruits, vegetables and ornamentals and trees and shrubs. there's hardly anything they won't attack. >> she had most of her crop destroyed last year. the pests hang out in packs. >> they're talking about this year, we could see if these come out in biblical proportions like a plague. we're all on pins and needles waiting for them. they can't be like a normal bug. no, they don't die in the winter. >> reporter: they're not normal. >> you spray them, they'll fall over, they'll look dead and they'll be like that for up todays. then, they'll turn around and go on. >> reporter: she's worried about the peaches this spring. scientists say they're in well over 30 states and she wishes maryland wasn't one of them. >>> and scientists are working with a wasp from asia. they want to be careful about introducing a new species over here. >>> now, maryland's most powerful
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